#Symbolism . . . The pyramids in Central and South America


“The pyramids in Central and South America do not have pointed tops,
but large platforms on which temples were built.
Each step represented a stage in the development of human life
that had to be lived fully and completely.
The climb was often arduous, but high spiritual goals could never be reached without effort.”

– Roselis von Sass (The Truth About the Incas)





Text & image source: Garden of Illumination

The way to love someone . . .


“The way to love someone is to lightly run your finger
over that person’s soul until you find a crack,
and then gently pour your love into that crack.”

~ Keith Miller





Text & image source: & Earthschool Harmony

#Symbolism. . . Sea nymphs.


Nereids are Sea nymphs. They symbolize
everything that is beautiful and kind about the sea.
They have melodious voices and sing as they dance.
They are part of Poseidon’s entourage and carry his trident.




Beautiful art by Emily Balivet
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL

#Symbolism . . . The Birch tree


The Birch tree represents the first month of the Celtic Tree calendar,
December 24th – January 20th.
Associated with beauty and tolerance, the Birch’s vibration
are believed to ward off evil and enhance bravery.
Brooms made of Birch are used to cleanse one’s space
after Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year.
Birch is associated with the Goddess Freya and Brigid.




Beautiful art by Emily Balivet
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL

#Symbolism . . . the crow


Crow is the symbol of sacred wisdom,
ancient magicks divination,
and seeing beyond physical into the metaphysical.
A reminder to look past the superficial
to seek the deeper meanings in events.





Nature and Soul shared Terran Ambrosone’s photo @

#Symbolism . . . Water and horses


Both horses and water are symbols of Power
Water is the most powerful element on Earth
Water is Life





Beautiful art by Shirley Cross
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL

#Symbolism . . . The Flamingo.


Flamingo is a brilliantly colored bird and is considered sacred in the Bahamas.
The Flamingo symbolizes success in love
and partnerships bestowing blessings of prosperity
when you aspire to work for the good of all.





Beautiful art by Karl Bang
Text & image source: GODDESS CENTRAL